Letters

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Printed letters, Dec. 14, 2011

By Staff

America is taking a phenomenal risk by not developing all available oil and gas resources. We have an abundance of resources, the technology and a huge labor force to accomplish energy independence. This administration, and our two Colorado ...


Email letters, Dec. 12, 2011

By Staff

EPA creates too much regulation After reading Dale McFeatters’ Nov. 27 column about old Pittsburgh and deregulation, I had to respond. As a pre-teen, I lived just outside of Pittsburgh from l948 to 1953 in Mount Lebanon. My father ...


Printed letters, Dec. 13, 2011

By Staff

A Gateway resident was quoted as saying that every time he goes to the Post Office, he meets someone and they pass the time of day. I am a firm believer in and user of the Postal Service. However, I don’t like providing a place where ...


Printed letters, Dec. 11, 2011

By Staff

I find it very disappointing that the United States Postal Service is again proposing major cutbacks in service starting next year — no Saturday delivery, no next-day delivery of locally addressed mail and the closing of numerous post ...


Email letters, Dec. 9, 2011

By Staff

Tipton has done a lot to create jobs Some people would nitpick Scott Tipton on what he hasn’t done on Congress so much that they totally over look what he has done in Congress. The truth is Scott Tipton has been an amazing leader and ...


Email letters, Dec. 8, 2011

By Staff

Everyone should have skin in the game Who decides what is the “fair share” for each of us in paying income taxes? If there are no huge deduction dodges for any of us beyond, perhaps, home mortgage interest, it would seem that a ...


Printed letters, Dec. 9, 2011

By Staff

BLM-Koch land swap benefits only one man The front page story in the Dec. 5 edition of The Daily Sentinel makes it sound as if I want Bill Koch to buy property that Tom Chapman owns to achieve Koch’s land exchange east of the Paonia ...


Email letters, Dec. 7, 2011

By Staff

Land swap only benefits Koch The front page story in the Dec. 5 edition of The Daily Sentinel makes it sound as if I want Bill Koch to buy property that Tom Chapman owns to achieve Koch’s land exchange east of the Paonia ...


Email letters, Dec. 6, 2011

By Staff

Cain should have come clean instead of dropping out As the only pro-growth candidate in the Republican primary, it is disappointing that Herman Cain has suspended his candidacy. When the initial allegations of sexual harassment emerged, ...


Printed letters, Dec. 7, 2011

By Staff

Electing new president will revitalize growth We are all tired of politicians and our economic malaise. What will break that gridlock and what appears to be a downward economic spiral? The spread-the-wealth advocates feel every problem can be ...


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